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Behavior Expectations. Mayo Middle School 6 th Grade. Raise Your Hand. Quarter Celebration. Redbird Level Red Level White Level. Redbird Level. Criteria No more than 2 absences No more than 1 tardy No more than 1 discipline referral No C’s, D’s, or F’s Rewards

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behavior expectations

Behavior Expectations

Mayo Middle School 6th Grade

quarter celebration
Quarter Celebration

Redbird Level

Red Level

White Level

redbird level
Redbird Level
  • Criteria
    • No more than 2 absences
    • No more than 1 tardy
    • No more than 1 discipline referral
    • No C’s, D’s, or F’s
  • Rewards
    • 2:30 Recess once a quarter
    • Free admission to school games & dances
    • Unlimited hallway passes
    • Quarter Celebration
red level
Red Level
  • Criteria
    • No more than 4 absences
    • No more than 3 tardies
    • No more than 3 discipline referrals
    • No D’s, or F’s
  • Rewards
    • 2:30 Recess once a quarter
    • Quarter Celebration
white level
White Level
  • Criteria
    • No more than 5 absences
    • No more than 4 tardies
    • No more than 4 discipline referrals
    • No Failing Grades
  • Rewards
    • Quarter Celebration
bullying
Bullying
  • Handbook Page 22
  • Bullying Logs
fighting
Fighting
  • Handbook Page 25
    • Pushing / shoving
    • Intimidation
    • Horseplay
    • Battery
    • Assault
detentions
Detentions
  • Students may earn detentions for inappropriate behavior
  • Detentions may be given by teachers, staff, and administration
  • Detentions may be 30 min – 2 hours
  • Detentions will be served before school or after school
lunch detentions
Lunch Detentions
  • Students may earn lunch detentions for inappropriate behavior at lunch
  • Lunch detentions are served in CRIB
  • Lunch detentions may be given by teachers, staff and administration
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CRIB
  • Consequence Room for Inappropriate Behavior
  • Earned for stopping the educational process
  • 4 CRIBs from teacher will result in a full day CRIB
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AER
  • Alternative Education Room
  • 8:30 – 3:30
  • Lunch Break / 2 Restroom Breaks
  • Must work continually
6 th grade rules
6th Grade Rules
  • Be Respectful
    • Raise your hand, give your best effort
    • Walk to your right, have your hall pass
    • Use good manners, clean up after yourself
    • Use appropriate language
    • Respect others privacy and property
    • Dress appropriately,
    • Face the activity, be silent when a speaker addresses a group
    • Participate in a positive manner
6 th grade rules1
6th Grade Rules
  • Be Considerate
    • Treat school property with care
    • Use appropriate language
    • Allow for differences
    • Keep hands, feet, objects and mouth to self
    • Use appropriate language
    • No food, drinks, candy and gum
    • Sit in assigned seats
    • Ask for permission to leave a designated area
6 th grade rules2
6th Grade Rules
  • Be Responsible
    • Arrive on time with materials
    • Put name and hour on papers
    • Use passes for emergencies
    • Follow classroom rules
    • Take the most direct route to your destination
    • Dress for the weather
    • Ask for help when you need it
    • Inform adults of any problems